Are There *Any* Good Coffee Replacements Out There?


Coffee Replacements

Coffee elicits passionate responses in people like few other topics.  If you’ve given it up, often due to health reasons (as you should if you have any type of hormonal issues), then you can probably list all the reasons coffee isn’t good for us.  If you have no health issues, enjoy the taste and aroma, and plan to continue your cup-a-day habit, oh… like myself perhaps, then instead you probably appreciate articles that cover the health benefits of coffee.  (Just for the record, I’m not talking about those nasty $4 cups of coffee loaded with sugar, or fake sugar, and fake creamers, those are baaaaad.)  Click the link to read more…

Are There *Any* Good Coffee Replacements Out There?


About Author

Kelly had a "food transformation" when she discovered the Weston A. Price Foundation in 2004 after a long-time love affair with convenience foods. She began passionately researching how to eat and live better, and on January 1st, 2008 the 'politically incorrect' Kelly the Kitchen Kop blog was born. She now enjoys helping others with the knowledge she has gained from her own family's transition to Real Food. The source of greatest nourishment in her life is not food, but faith, and you can check out her Christianity 101 blog here for answers to basic questions about Christianity. In addition to blogging, she also teaches an online class called, 'Real Food for Rookies' and has written two e-books: the Real Food Ingredient Guide and the Real Food Party Planning Guide. Kelly lives near Grand Rapids, Michigan with her husband of 26 years and is a Weston Price local co-chapter leader. As if life wasn’t crazy enough, she also now homeschools three of their children, and their fourth is in college. :)

1 Comment

  1. I’ve had to give up coffee for health reasons–but not for the ones you’ve mentioned here–and have found the perfect alternative. I was a 3 cup of coffee a morning person (cream and sugar, please) so was surprised at how easy the transition was to 3 cups of chickory roast with a dandelion tea bag. W

    e have the Keurig machine and I use a little basket (teeny, tiny coffee filter) and purchase the chickory root grounds from Whole Foods and the dandelion tea bags from a local health food store. All organic.

    It is delicious and I don’t miss my coffee at all.

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